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July 20, 1972 - Image 12

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Page Twelve

THE MICHIGAN DAILY

Violence
continues
in Ireland
(Continued from Page 1)
sional wing of the Irish Re-
publican Army is rady to call
a new cease-fire to replace th
short-lived truce it ended 10
days ago.
Provisional leaders met sec-
retly in London for five hours
Tuesday with British Labor
Party leader and former prime
minister Harold Wilson, and
then returned to Dublin with-
out disclosing the outcome.
Wilson is expected to provide
details of the meeting today to
the British administrator for
Northern Ireland, William
Whitelaw.
Reports the Provisional wing
. is ready for a new -cease fire
were supported by a statement
attributed to, the faction's sec-
ond in command, David O'Con-
nell. "We want to shift to using
political persuasion," the guer-
rilla leader was quoted as say-
ing.
But Whitelaw is unlikely to
accept a peace bid unless the
-IRA alters its terms. He has al-
ready rejected its demands that
the British military withdraw
from Northern Ireland, amnes-
ty be granted to all Provisionals
and the British allow the Irish
to decide their own future.
Whitelaw was reported undis-
mayed by public criticism of his
recent meeting with Provisional
chieftains. The attack came in
a letter to the London Times
from eight Conservative mem-
bers of Parliament who objected
to Whitelaw dealing with ter-
rorists.
Prime Minister Edward Heath
came to Whitelaw's defense in
a speech in London and said he
"wholeheartedly supported" the
administrator's decisions. Heath
also appealed to the people of
Northern Ireland to "assert
themselves against the men of
violence."
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Stopping bike thefts
(Continued from Page 3) "I wouldn't ride my t
bolt cutter, available at al- speed on campus," says Ca
most any hardware store, Gil- Crump, of the Student B
boe says. Shop.
"It's a big problem," s
"ut with one-half inch thick Sgt. Rady. "When they sI
chain," says Gilboe, "it- is dif- these expensive ten-speeds, t
ficult to get a grip with the cut- are committing a felony, wit
ters, and it usually ruins the five year maximum sentenc(
jaws of the bolt-cutter. But the city clerk states th
Thick cable is almost as safe are 12,329 licensed bikes inI
as case-hardened chain. The Arbor, and Jim Hutchinson
chain or cable should be long still walking.
enough to wind through both --
wheels, the frame, and around
an immoveable object, such as No. 75 highe
a tree, a bike rack, a pole, or
even a security guard, he says. fo S p . rai
The best lock, Gilboe feels, is Sept. 411
a case-hardened Master lock.
The best practical size is also WASHINGTON (P) - '
one-half of an inch thick. Selective Service announ
yesterday that the Soptem
Hikes are stolen from every- etra htteSpe
wheresand at all times of day draft call will- take 4800r
-at noon on the diag and at with lottery-numbers no hig
night from garages. than 75.
Police and bike store people Men with numbers up thro
emphasize that if someone 100 are being ordered to t
wants your bike, they can find pre-induction physicals,
some way to steal it. Someone Selective Service officials
with a hacksaw can saw through ective ce fficials
the best bicycle chain. Even a the callup ceiling for the
lock can be frozen with freon of the year may not go bey
and cracked in half. 75.

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